Install GnuPG on Win98? Use GPA?
Sun Mar 31 14:39:01 2002
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On Sunday 31 March 2002 12:06, Justin Troutman wrote:
> > use GnuPG with a more user friendly frontend, but have experience
> > working from the prompt on DOS before Windows took over.
> Working with GnuPG via command line is fairly simple, provided you
> read over the man file and some documentation, however the GUI
> automation is great, but, with GnuPP, of which is explained a bit
> below, you can use the GUI utilities or still choose to run it at the
> command line. Your call.
STOP: If you use GPA-0.5 (aka GnuPP, AFAIK), make sure to generate your=20
keypair (if any) _on the command line_. GPA-0.5 has a nasty bug that will=
result in all non-us-ascii characters encoded invalidly. Don't know if th=
slipped into the GnuPP release, but I guess so.
Not that it would matter for Greg, but one should be careful when recomme=
Marc Mutz <email@example.com>
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